Bubble bath

For this procedure, fresh water is saturated with air, which is under pressure from 0.5 to 1.5 atmospheres. The main active therapeutic factors are temperature and mechanical conditions. The temperature of the water in the bath is 36 – 38 degrees.

The hydrostatic pressure of water decreases due to a large number of air bubbles, but this also increases the mechanical effect, since mainly large air bubbles have an irritating effect on the skin, cause the expansion of capillary vessels and, as a result, improve blood circulation to organs and tissues. This reduces blood pressure and increases cardiac output. Thus, the load on the heart is significantly reduced.

General indications:

Arterial hypertension of 1-2 degrees, hypothalamic syndrome, neurocircular dystonia, nervous system disorders, post-traumatic asthenic syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, diseases of the musculoskeletal system, obesity.

General contraindications:

Individual intolerance to baths, a feeling of anxiety during the procedure.


15 minutes.